21021 Betel Palm Lane, Land O’ Lakes, FL 34638 | P: (813) 996-9919
Our Angels Senior Living at Connerton Court facility strives to provide for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of its residents, embracing “excellence” as its only acceptable standard. Our facility features a chapel, movie theater, and activity rooms for games, arts and crafts, or exercise. Everything about the community’s design was focused on assisting residents with the activities of daily living, enriching their lives, and ensuring their dignity. The Assisted Living neighborhood promotes social interaction and stimulating activities. The Memory Care neighborhood ensures a high quality of life for residents living with dementia.
Our Connerton Court community is located along Highway 41 in the rapidly growing area of the same name in Land O’ Lakes. We have been a member of the Land O’ Lakes family since 2012. This location provides the opportunity to serve residents from a large area including: Brooksville, Wesley Chapel, Lutz, Hudson, Odessa, Trinity, and many more. We offer private and semi-private suites, one bedroom, and 2 bedroom apartments that each feature their own restroom.
Connerton Court is blessed with staff ranging from aides that have spent their careers in assisted living facilities, and at the other end of the spectrum we have students interested in geriatric care as a physician, nurse, and care aide. It is wonderful to see a new generation so eager to help our elderly, and the Connerton Court community is pleased to staff many of these future leaders. We look forward to meeting you and your loved ones, and having you all as a part of our family for years to come.
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Caroline has more than 27 years in the healthcare industry. She has worked in various capacities in the hospital, outpatient, and senior living settings in both Nashville, Tennessee and Tampa, Florida.
Caroline grew up in a multi-generational home with her parents, grandparents and sisters. Caroline’s parents were dedicated care givers and she credits her love for the senior population to her parent’s devotion to their parents.
Caroline and her sister’s took care of their parents as well. Her Dad had a terminal illness and her mother suffered with Alzheimer’s disease. The three years they spent taking care of their parents were very rewarding.
Caroline is married and has two grown children. She is a graduate of St. Xavier Academy and Katherine Gibbs in Providence, Rhode Island.